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December 2014 Archives

Legal assistance and protection with a business tort

New York is the one of the worldwide hubs of the business world and deals are made on a daily basis. That comes with a certain amount of risk to all parties. If there is a contractual agreement, there is an expectation that both sides will adhere to it and not commit a breach of contract. But this and numerous other factors can arise to lead to a deterioration of a business relationship and make a business tort necessary. While this is worst case scenario, it's wise to have legal protection when entering into any business deal.

Contractual interference as a business tort dispute

Despite their ability to prevent or clarify many business disputes, business contracts can also be the source of conflict at times. When one party interferes with another's business contract, a business tort dispute may come about and potentially hinder business operations, or the bottom line.

Planning ahead with employment contracts in New York

The reason that an employment contract of any type has to be crafted so carefully and perfectly is that both parties need to plan ahead while agreeing on the terms of the contract. This means looking ahead to see what potential issues or situations could come up and then putting stipulations for those things into the document. The contract must address these future issues from day one, and it is important that not even the smallest thing is overlooked.